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Zultys debuts Linux-powered VoWiFi cordless phone

Aug 5, 2005 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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This new Linux-powered handheld VoWiFi phone from Zultys Technologies looks, acts, and operates like a conventional cordless office telephone — but that's where the similarities end. The device is aimed at enterprises that require a user to be mobile within an office but remain connected with the corporate PBX. With its audio quality, built-in speaker phone, and support for a full set of PBX features, the WIP2 aims to replace wired desktop phones.

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Device Profile: Zultys WIP2 Wi-Fi IP cordless phone


 
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